Travis Scott‘s “SICKO MODE” has officially been streamed over 2 billion times in the United States.
This impressive feat makes the Astroworld single one of the most-streamed songs in history, as well as Scott’s most-streamed cut and Drake‘s third just after “One Dance” and “God’s Plan.” The track hit the 2 billion on-demand streaming mark just weeks after it was certified diamond by the RIAA for selling 10 million copies in just two years and four months.
Scott released the Drake, Swae Lee and Big Hawk-assisted single in August 2018 and it quickly received platinum plaque a month after its release. “SICKO MODE” also earned Scott a number of accolades, including his first No. 1 entry and GRAMMY nominations for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.
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